Google G Suite is an integrated communication and collaboration solution offered by Google, which includes Gmail, Google Calendar, Google Docs, and more. G Suite is available to all SDSU students, faculty, staff and volunteers. Support for Google G Suite is provided by Information Technology User Services and the Library Student Computing Hub. To learn more:
- Students: Visit the Google G Suite for Students page
- Faculty & Staff: Login to the SharePoint for Google G Suite information
Faculty and staff mail services for Interwork may be obtained directly from that department. Please inquire with your technical contact or supervisor for more information.
Review the SDSU Computing Responsible Use Policy before requesting an account.
At this time, G Suite accounts are available to all university Students, faculty, staff, and student employees. Email accounts for employees of Interwork, are available through mail servers specific to those areas. Contact your supervisor for more information.
If you are a new Faculty/Staff/Student Employee an SDSUid activation email message was sent to the email address that you provided to HR. If you cannot locate the email, please make sure it was not sent to SPAM. The message was branded with the SDSU Logo and SDSUid activation information. The message was sent from [email protected] If you cannot locate your SDSUid activation email, please inquire with your college/department technical support as they have the ability to assist you with activation.
If you are a student, you should have received an SDSUid activation email sent to your personal email address on file. If you misplaced the email, please visit the SDSUid Student Account Activation page for more information.
To secure your data, it is important to have a strong password and to change it every 365 days. G Suite has password creation rules that will help prevent a compromise. In addition you should never share your password, and of course, never send your password in email. No one on campus or in the CSU will ever need to ask you your password over the phone or in email.
If you need to write down your password or the personal questions, then they must be stored in a secure location (in a locked file cabinet or drawer), but never stored in a computer file, smart phone, or other electronic record or carried with you in a purse, backpack, or briefcase. Even with encryption, electronic records pose a higher security risk than locking up a piece of paper.
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